Date registered: Mar 2018
Mentioned: 2 Post(s)
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its a decent job to get to the amp, but not to hard, its a bout a 1-2 hr job but the hard part is getting behind the seat comfortably, im a 5'9 guy that would consider myself fit, but its hard to maneuver around getting the trim pieces out and angling the screw driver/drill to remove screws.
but Im most likely to replace the bose amp, and add a big sub in the back.
lots of wires, felt sorry for the person that had to wire all this up and test it.
Is there any tutorials or threads about adding a sub to the bose amp, or full amp replacement & yeah its definitely fiber optic, but theres plenty of space under the trim makes me wonder why they didn't just add a seat (but probably more safety tests needed)
Wonder will it be hard to make seats in the rear
the old fuse is the one on the left thats look rusted
also a fiber optic cable runs into a box that the pse pump cable runs into and says pse something